Ranikhet is another holy place of Uttarakhand and it is also related with legends of the Great Himalayas. The Meadows of the Queen, the charming hill station of Ranikhet is located in the Almora district of Uttarakhand at an elevation of 1,829 meters above sea level. Ranikhet has everything to pacify the nerves of an avid city dweller. Lost into oblivion for long, the picturesque hill station was rediscovered by the Britishers. In 1869, the British established the headquarters of the Kumaon Regiment here and used the station as a retreat from the heat of the Indian summer. Ranikhet is a cantonment town and is the home for the Kumaon Regimental Centre & Naga Regiment and is maintained by the Indian Army. The main city of Ranikhet is fairly crowded but the military area offers serene environment. There is a known history of this beautiful place for tourism, that history is : Historical accounts founded by us tell us about a Queen named Padmini of Kumaon was enchanted by this beautiful city then a king named Sudhardev obliged her, by building a palace here for the queen and named the place Ranikhet. But, until now no palace is founded in Ranikhet. But this beautiful place remained the same beautiful as it was captivating, abounding with flowers, trees and green meadows in the midst of heavenly Himalayan surroundings. There are a total of thirteen places that you can visit in Ranikhet, those are Chaubatia, Jhula Devi Temple, Haidakhan Babaji Temple, Naukuchia Taal, Binsar Mahadev Temple, Golf Ground Ranikhet, Kalika Temple, Sunset Points at Ranikhet, Bhalu Dam, Mankameshwar Temple, Ram Mandir, Wildrift Adventures, Rani Jheel. This is a tour package that most of the people who visited Uttarakhand has booked it with our leading Travel Agency In Uttarakhand.